Easy Decoupage With Fabric-Glass
Use Mod patchwork fabric decoupage medium is an old glass ceilings! This is a budget-friendly way to up scraps of fabric – and it’s easy.
I keep my cotton wool in my vanity, and decided it needed a facelift. The fabric that was used, I was actually a scrap from a vintage “old west” bandana, which I had. I love vintage-western elements and those jar tops all for me!
Here’s What you Need:
Mod patchwork fabric
The first thing you need to do is measure your glass. You need to decide how high you need your fabric to be, how long it needs to wrap around the glass, plus a little. If you want to be the raw edges to iron, so make sure to add a little extra for the fold.
So now you need to mark your measurements on the fabric. Then cut the fabric to the correct size.
fold the raw edges towards the wrong size and then iron the raw edge down. You paint a little medium in the crease of the folded under edge and press the flap down and flatten them.
next, paint a thin layer of Mod-hodgepodge-tissue to the glass. I painted a small section instead of the whole jar.
you Place your fabric at the end on the medium, on the glass, and you can even secure the fabric with the manufacture, it is straight and centered. Then you paint a little more medium, and smoothing the fabric, to do this all the way, and then add a little more medium on the fabric where the ends overlap.
Now paint a thin layer of Mod-patchwork-fabric-Medium to the back of your Band. Flatten the tape to the glass lid. Finally, your glass, glue, a small piece of jewelry on the top for decoration.
I love my little jar now! It's really fun and it looks fantastic on my shelf vanity. I think I can continue my dream Pets Bull, since they go so well together!
I used a piece of vintage fabric, but you could easily any kind of fabric that you have around. You can really customize this project to your taste just by the fabrics and jewelry pieces that you will for the top of the jar.
I think it would be really nice to use, a sweet button on top of the glass. So, if you are an old storage jar around, grab a cloth Mod smorgasbord, and some of the scraps and add a little style to your space organised!
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